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Lauren Granata


Northeastern University

I am a PhD candidate studying behavioral neuroscience at Northeastern University. My research focuses on how experiences shape the brain. I’m particularly interested in how the early life environment affects the transition into adolescence and the risk for mental health disorders during this time.

Aside from my research, I am passionate about youth-based community outreach. Podcasts are my preferred form of media consumption.

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Without synaptic "nibbling," mice develop behavioral problems

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Mice without microglia grow up with an excess of inhibitory neurons